Your accommodation on the Banks Peninsula Track is renowned for its individuality, comfort and great locations, and for the extra touches that add a dash of luxury to the 'hiking', 'trekking', or 'tramping' experience.

Each of the four huts of the Banks Peninsula Track are completely different, ranging from the purpose built lodge at Onuku and colonial cottages of Stony Bay through to the old farm cottage at Flea Bay and original farm homestead at Otanerito.

View the individual accommodations in the panels below.

This first night for all walkers is in two purpose built lodges with panoramic views over Akaroa Harbour

The larger, for 4 day walkers, has 2 x 4 bunk bedrooms and a spacious 4 bed loft. There is a well equipped kitchen/dining room. Gas stoves and water, solar powered lighting. Log burner.
The smaller chalet, for two day walkers, has a kitchen/dining room and 2 bedrooms.

Or you may choose, for fun, to sleep in one of the 'stargazers' where you can lie in your bed and see the stars.

This charming 160 yr old pioneer cottage is the second night for walkers on the four day walk, and a midday stop on the two day walk.

Set just 200m back from the safe swimming beach and with verandah views of the bay and Pohatu marine reserve

Electric stove, lights, hot water, shower. Log burner, flush toilets, lots of room. Piano. Gas barbecue.
The cottage is sited within the boundaries of the largest mainland colony of Little Penguin in NZ. Penguins may be heard calling from surrounding hillsides especially in October.

At the mid-point of your walk, the third night for four day walkers and second night for two day walkers is a delightful collection of self-contained colonial style cottages.

The 4 day walk cottages have an open fireplace and log burner, gas cooking, barbecue, candles for lighting, electrically heated shower, flush toilets, and a 'bath under the stars'.
Toilets and hot shower are shared with 2 day walkers.
The 2 day walk cottage is one roomed with a cottage garden, wood stove, barbeque, double mattress in the loft, gas cooking, candles for lighting, and 'bath under the stars'.
A full range of shop supplies are available at Stony Bay.

The fourth night for four day walkers, and a comfortable rest stop for two day walkers.

Set in a delightful 'out of control' organic garden, abundant with both exotic and native plants, the house is just fifty yards from a safe, sandy beach with good swimming in calm seas and great boogie boarding when the surf is up.

Kitchen and two bedrooms in house (bunkroom sleeps 6, bedroom 4), and garden sleepout for 2.
Outside double toilet/shower block.
Free coffee, tea, sugar.... and a good selection of books, magazines, indoor and outdoor games.
Otanerito Beach Tramper's Shop also has a full range of supplies.